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The PDP today said that it would not wage a war of vendetta against who didn’t vote for it in the presidential election.
The party also stated despite Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State antagonism against the party and the presidential candidate, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, Wike would be treated as other Nigerians as equal stakeholder.
Mr Charles Aniagwu, spokesman for Atiku Okowa presidential campaign council dropped this hint today in Asaba while speaking to reporters.
Aniagwu said Atiku was a Democrat and that in democracy, people are free to have different opinions and nobody would be punished for that.
Aniagwu said that should the party win this Saturday presidential election, the PDP would form a government of national unity.
He maintained that PDP would cast the net so wide in choosing ministers and other government appointees.
Aniagwu ,however, called on Wike to allow others to express political opinions without witch hunting them.
He stated that Wike was behaving like a dictator and with his types at the national level, democracy was in peril.
Aniagwu observed that Atiku Abubakar was ready to hit the ground running and scout ready to solve the many problems confronting the nation.
That the PDP standard bearer was more concerned about how to recover Nigeria and make the country functional again.


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